As part of your healthy New Year's Resolutions now is a great time to join our CSA. CSA Shares are a great way to save money and eat healthier this year!
CSA stands for “Community Supported Agriculture” and refers to a partnership with your local farmer (Wilson Farm) in which the public buys shares of the harvest. Each share entitles members to a weekly basket of fresh-picked fruits and veggies, locally- produced goodies, discounts and specials, and recipes. We even have a fish share and a cut flower share.
Wilson Farm is a 130 year old, 5th-generation family owned and operated farm, located at Pleasant Street in Lexington. We put all those years of farming expertise into every CSA share, so you can rest assured that you’ll enjoy the freshest, most delicious produce around. Each year, we grow over 125 different crops, so each bountiful basket includes a wealth of diverse produce. In addition, you’ll learn more about locally grown produce, eat healthier, cook more, and experience fruits and vegetables that you may not have tried before. And we’ll be with you every step of the way with cooking tips, recipes, inside farming knowledge, and much more. Make an investment in your health, and in your community that will pay off for years to come.
Wilson Farm grows on 33 acres in Lexington, Massachusetts and 500 acres in Litchfield, New Hampshire. In total, we grow over 125 different crops – any of which may end up in your weekly share. In addition, you’ll occasionally find fruits provided by local partnering farms that share our farming philosophy.
We know of no farm in New England that produces as wide a variety of locally grown crops as we do!
The Wilson Family has been farming the very same land in Lexington since 1884 (in Litchfield, NH since the 1970's). This results in some of the best soil anywhere. The produce in your CSA share is grown using IPM growing practices.
Growing the best quality local produce since 1884, Wilson Farm rests on 33 acres in Lexington, MA and over 500 acres in Litchfield, NH. Using innovative IPM growing techniques, such as sanitation, soil enrichment, variety selection, pest detection and biological controls, our crops are grown with minimal chemical input. As a result, our well-nurtured soil produces the largest variety of nutritious, healthy, and delicious food of any farm in New England. With over 130 years of farming experience packed into each share, we pledge to deliver outstanding quality produce, fantastic variety, and superior value.